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Correspondence, reports, minutes, and financial records, relating to Gallagher's work with National Advisory Commission on Libraries, Washington Governor's Commission on the Status of Women, American Association of Law Libraries, and White House Conference on Library and Information Services
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Correspondence, agendas, minutes, directories, bibliographies, newsletters, press releases, financial reports, printed matter, including the periodicals Elementary English, English Journal, and College English, and other records, compiled by NCTE officers Sister M. Philippa Coogan, Richard Dandenau, Robert M. Gorrell, Robert Hogan, J. Nicholas Hook, Enid Olson, and others. Topics include internal affairs of the council and its subgroups; censorship; methods of teaching English; cooperation with other professional organizations; development of curricular guides for teachers of minority students; minimal linguistics requirements for teacher certification; children's literature; selection of culturally-balanced tests; literature by and about African Americans, Asian-Americans, Mexican-Americans, and American Indians; improving reading instruction in elementary schools; and various professional meetings, including NCTE Conference on Censorship (1966), conference on censorship sponsored by ... Read More
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The Lena Giudici papers cover the years 1904 to 1985 with the bulk of the collection falling between the years 1918 and 1946. Personal Papers, consists of correspondence, a diary, photographs, and miscellaneous printed material, while Family Papers consist of correspondence, mainly in Italian, official documents, and financial records. The Professional Papers encompasses a much smaller portion of the collection and consists mainly of printed material relating to Lena Giudici's law practice, and printed material generated by the Office of Price Administration. One of the larger series in the collection is the Clubs and Organizations series, consisting mainly of the records of the Vermont Federation of Business Women's Clubs. The series includes correspondence and membership lists, which are of particular interest as they include the occupations of the members who were all business or professional women. The membership lists cover the period between 1926 and 1938 and encompass several ... Read More
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Personal and professional correspondence, chiefly relating to Reynolds's involvement with National Catholic Rural Life Conference and her series of publications, written under the pseudonym Florence Loquens, entitled "Looking Ahead with Rural Youth"; records concerning her extension work with rural youth, various state conferences, International Farm Youth Exchange project, and the 1950 and 1960 White House Conferences on Children and Youth (Washington, D.C.); research files for "Facts About Youth in Ward County, N.D." (1942); miscellaneous records of North Dakota Agricultural College Sigma Psi Chapter of Kappa Delta (1949-1951); travel diary of a world trip (1925); and book reviews
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Correspondence from publishers and readers and research materials, relating to Vuilleumier's publications; copies of her articles in Cape Cod Today, Cape Cod Digest, Cape Cod News, and other area and national newspapers and periodicals; materials concerning her activities with Tales of Cape Cod, Inc. (organization devoted to the preservation of Cape Cod heritage), Cape Cod Writers' Conference (Craigville, Mass.), of which she was executive secretary, and "Books and the World", a local cable television program; source materials used in her classes on Cape Cod history and literature at Cape Cod Community College; information documenting her career; and genealogical data tracing Rawson family history
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Congressional files, chiefly correspondence with federal administrative agencies; together with scrapbooks, guest books, and files, relating to Pelly's post-congressional activities with Pacific Science Center, Seattle, and United Nations Conference on the Law of the Sea, and his reminiscences concerning his presidency of Seattle Chamber of Commerce
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Organizational records, including constitutions, minutes of the union's executive board (1945-2002) and councils of the federation; administrative records; correspondence (1949-2002), convention and conference records (1945-2005). Subject files (1943-2006) deal largely with organizing, collective bargaining and political issues but include substantial material related to the activities of local union affiliates. Legal records include case files related to representation and grievance cases. Publications include newsletters of the WSFT and of groups within it and of affiliates. Related to the publication files is a series of records, daily filings (1969-1979), that consists of a chronological file of materials duplicated by the WSFT office for distribution to affiliates, including newsletters and circulars and publications produced for the state federation's affiliated local unions. Records of several affiliated organizations are also included in these records, including records of the ... Read More
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Correspondence, memoranda, sermons, minutes, reports, journals, subject files, newsletters, clippings, and memorabilia, relating to Donohoe's career as a cleric, public servant, and community activist. Includes material relating to Diocese of Phoenix, St. Agnes Church, Phoenix, Arizona Governor's Advisory Council on Aging, heroin use, abortion, church charities, criminal justice, Arizona Catholic Conference, St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center, White House Conference on Aging, Arizona Governor's Conference on Marriage and the Family, and Society of St. Vincent de Paul. Persons represented include Edward McCarthy, Thomas J. O'Brien, and James S. Rausch
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Correspondence, circulars, information concerning railroad legislation and the national and New England associations, financial records, address books, directories, convention materials, and other records of Lodge 66; and records (5 v., 1907-1930) of Lodge 390, also in Providence, including minutes, membership lists, and quarterly reports. Persons represented include Arthur T. Riani
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Correspondence, minutes, mailing lists, conference programs, workshop descriptions, contracts, and financial records, relating to the group's planning and sponsorship of Midwest Radical Therapy conferences (1980-1984). Includes copies of Issues in Radical Therapy (1982-1986). Correspondents include Candy Hadsall, Doug Nicodemus, and Robert Sipe